Feeder

Version: 2.3.8/1705 || Release Date: 2013-05-20 || License: Shareware ($39.95) Developer: Reinvented Software | App Owner: sharris

Create, edit, publish RSS and iTunes podcast feeds.

Feeder is a fully featured application for creating, editing and publishing RSS and iTunes podcast feeds. Here are just some of its many features:

  • Create, download and import RSS 2.0 and iTunes podcast feeds
  • Full support for the iTunes RSS podcasting extensions
  • Drag and drop enclosure files to create new items
  • Automatically tag audio and video files with artwork, artist, etc in all popular podcast formats including MP3s, M4As, M4Vs and QuickTime movies
  • Quick and easy feed editing with auto-complete, templates, HTML tags and previews
  • Customizable interface easily adapts to the task at hand
  • Validates feeds to the RSS and iTunes specifications
  • Upload artwork and enclosure files when publishing
  • Publish with FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 or to folders on disk
  • Post new content to a weblog and share on Twitter or Facebook when publishing
  • Ping online services after publishing to notify them of changes

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11 Opinions

Simply Awesome.

I looked at several apps that do this and this is the easiest and most customizable one I could find. Don't hesitate to try it.

Saves me quite a bit of time with the godsmac.com podcast! Best feature I appreciate is its capabilities of pinging iTunes to notify there is a new episode so the listeners can access it as soon as it is becomes available. Life is not the same, thanks to Feeder!

Highly recommended!

One of my first apps I purchased when I got my mac. I do a podcasts and this makes it super easy to create a itunes qualified podcast feed and even uploads it to my server. Highly recommend.

love. this. app. I use it for a podcast and an appcast and it performs very well for both. Here's hoping for some Sparkle-specific templates in the next version.

In the beginning there was nothing... No wait, there was something. There was an RSS-feed creation tool called Feeder. And then there was podcasting. Ok now combine this with a developer who updates his software so fast that he must be psychic, and you get probably the best and most used podcast/rss-feed creating App out there.

Agreed. Allowed me to actually start an RSS feed without taking more than 10 minutes to do it. Great app with a ton of options and functionality.

Couldn't live without it. Period!

If you like to be in control of your RSS feed, this is the app for you.
Whether you are providing news, opinions, podcasts, or photos. And you want to know exactly what's in your feed. Feeder will do just that. Easy to pick up. And best of all, the developer listens to you feedback!
For those podcasters out there, owning your own feed is miuch better than putting your feed under one company. Before Feeder, creating your own XML file is quite labor intensive, and Feeder will take care of the hard part. You just supply the content, and Feeder does the coding for you. It'll verify your feed before posting, even better for the picky iTunes directory.
Must have for anyone with an XML feed. STRONGLY recommend Feeder.

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